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    need help with this problem it has me stumped

    it is 536 miles from buffalo, new york to chicago, illinois. it is 695 miles from chicago to washington,d.c. it is 386 miles from washington d.c. to buffalo. how many miles is it from buffalo to chicago to washington and back to buffalo?
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    536+695+386
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    Thumbs up thank you very much

    Quote Originally Posted by jephee
    536+695+386
    that's what I did but I was not sure, thank you so much for your response
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